D.A.R.E. NJ wants to use a particular curriculum to help students stay drug-free, but D.A.R.E. America banned it.
Police can mistake signs of low blood sugar of diabetics with driving under the influence.
Dozens of firefighters die on the job each year from fatal heart attacks and doctors are using screenings to determine risk factors.
Assemblywoman Nancy Munoz (R) says that Gov. Chris Christie has found other ways to fund women's health care in New Jersey despite vetoing a measure to provide funding to women's health care centers.
Edible Garden and Abilities of Northwest Jersey have partnered up to create a training program for people with disabilities, teaching them aspects of the agricultural industry and hoping to help them ...
Bally's in Atlantic City is the host of a four day seminar on how to grow marijuana.
Rep. Leonard Lance (R-7) says that Congress needs to work in a bipartisan manner in order to fix federal programs and avoid a government shutdown.
The Environmental Working Group says hundreds of schools nationwide are at risk of exposure to a toxic pesticide.
Stender says that NJ has lost health care for women because funding has been reduced for the fifth year in a row.
As of Sept. 1, NJ schools must have defibrillators called AEDs and staff trained to use them.
Doctors advise limiting UV exposure and using sunscreen to help prevent melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer.
Rutgers sociologist finds that male baby boomers are 1.6 times more likely to kill themselves than the prior generation.
Rutgers experts discuss the risk for Americans, lessons from medical history and treating people who are already sick.
Families of developmentally disabled individuals are encouraging legislators to override Christie's veto.
New report found NJ ranks 3 for the highest average premium costs per state employee.